2019-01-22: Syllabus for “Computational History.”

2019-01-18: Semi-annual shoutout to Caleb McDaniel’s Generic Syllabus Maker.

2019-01-18: Draft syllabus for Global History of Christianity.

2019-01-17: Incredible that a five hundred page reader in the history...

2019-01-17: Robin Jensen’s new history of The Cross is an addition...

2019-01-14: People, let me plead with you: your academic event does...

2019-01-14: “Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof” should have...

2019-01-11: Grant submitted. That makes three this academic year so far....

2019-01-11: I’ve only been using Notion for about a week, but...

2019-01-10: At ASCH in Chicago, I was on a panel with...

2019-01-10: True, fixing up my blog page was definitely not the...

2019-01-09: Just as numismatics is a well-defined field, in future millennia...

2019-01-09: This is hard to explain, but I had a keyboard/monitor...

2019-01-09: By deleting Slack.

2019-01-09: Fifty-six proposals for our workshops and special issue with the...

2019-01-08: Current status: recreational finding of studs.

2019-01-05: “My next two book projects” is the new “my next...

2019-01-04: Happy belated birthday, Philip Schaff, born January 1, 1819, and...

2019-01-03: If you are at the AHA, check out this panel...

2019-01-02: Tim Larsen’s religious biography of J. S. Mill for the...

2019-01-02: Pro tip for collaboration: Don’t update the axis legends on...

2019-01-02: American religious history is everywhere. But sometimes it shows up...

2018-12-31: Helping family with their computers that do not have ad...

2018-12-28: A collect for the Holy Innocents. We remember today, O...

2018-12-21: Current status

2018-12-21: Converts and perverts What is the reciprocal term for a religious convert? You...

2018-12-20: Thanks, American Academy of Religion. Framing this is not something...

2018-12-19: Chad Gaffield and Ian Milligan are hosting a workshop on...

2018-12-19: My preference for having one obvious, correct way to do...

2018-12-18: There are about 230,000 of these schedules from the 1926...

2018-12-18: I learned the word stanine today. Who says standardized testing...

2018-12-18: The most surprising thing about being an academic has been...

2018-12-18: I am unduly excited to be teaching “The Global History...

2018-12-17: It seems likely that nothing I will ever create will...

2018-12-17: The “Yes, Yes, No” segment in Episode #131 of Reply...

2018-12-15: I guess there was twice as much Christianity in the...

2018-12-15: End of the semester status.

2018-12-15: Waiting for DNS to propagate, so the internet is already...

2018-12-15: Trying to make the internet fun again. Going to give...